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vodka314

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As said before, somewhere around 50 is good, it only takes up a few megabytes, which shouldnt be a problem unless you have a super hurting system.
 
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augustwest

augustwest

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how come when i have it set to just one on this p4 system that im on now it boggs the whole thing down. and i aint ****in around i mean it really boggs the thing down, bad
 

Basher

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augustwest said:
how come when i have it set to just one on this p4 system that im on now it boggs the whole thing down. and i aint ****in around i mean it really boggs the thing down, bad

open seti driver and set client priority to low will fix it.
 

LandShark

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and after a few day, u'll have a good idea how many WU/day ur machine will produce. then set ur cache to at least 5-7days worth of WU just in case berkeley is down......

crunch on!!

oh, yeah, welcome to the team!!
 

FRANK

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If the machine is not doing any thing else, the setting really doesn't matter. It won't be sharing resources anyway, low shouldn't make much of a difference. Make sure that you hit the "Save Config" button before you close the box or it will not stick.
 
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augustwest

augustwest

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that is a very good things. so let me guess..........S E T I would stand for search for extraterrestrial intelligence or someting like that?